Binding off the last row is simple, but binding off at the ends of a row (armholes, lace points) or in the middle of a row (necklines, buttonholes) is handled differently. Watch this video to learn to properly count your stitches and expertly shape garments.
Month: March 2014
Double Yarn Over (yo twice)
A Double Yarn Over creates two new stitches and results in a much larger hole than a single yarn over. This video demonstrates a Double Yarn Over between knit and purl stitches for both Western and Continental knitters.
Yarn Over – Afterthought
Did you forget to place a yarn over in a row of knitting? No need to rip out the row! Place the yarn over in the following row and continue with your pattern by working an Afterthought Yarn Over.